P4043-MLF

POCKET WATCH

 

 

 

Waltham

Premier

 

 

 

Model 1924

 

Colonial Grade

 

 

 

 

Thin-Line Dress Model 

 

 

 

Signed Waltham Premier Yellow Gold Filled Case

 

 

 

The case is manufactured by the Keystone Watch Case Company and is Hallmarked for the founder & owner of the company "J. Boss" model.  This is a full American 12 size & measures 42.80mm (not counting the sleeve, stem, crown or bow)

 

 

This timepiece is powered by its all original, Waltham Factory signed, 12 Size, Model 1924, Colonial / Premier Grade, 17 Jewel, 3/4 plate nickel bridge, suspended balance, Stem wind & stem set movement

 

 

Good Condition dial with gold raised Arabic numbers & black enameled dial trim

 

 

CIRCA: 1940

 

Condition:86-90%

Good Overall Condition

 

PRICE: US
$88. + S/H

 

Item # P4043-MLF

 

 

 

 

 

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